Castle: Season 6 (2013 - 2014)



Critic Consensus: Fun and brimming with Nathan Fillion's smarmy charms, Castle's sixth season continues to find pleasure in its procedural format.


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Air date: Sep 23, 2013
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The sixth series of this crime drama opens with Beckett (Stana Katic) accepting a marriage proposal from Castle (Nathan Fillion). However, their road to the altar gets a little bumpy when Beckett also accepts a new high-profile job in Washington, D.C. Meanwhile, things don't go smoothly for Castle and Alexis (Molly Quinn) when he doesn't approve of the new boyfriend she's brought home from Costa Rica. Castle gets a glimpse at what parenthood would be like a second time when he and Beckett temporarily care for a baby who was carried into a church by a man dying from gunshot wounds. And Ryan (Seamus Dever) and his wife excitedly prepare for their first child, but she goes into labour while Ryan is investigating a dangerous arson case.


Nathan Fillion
as Richard Castle
Stana Katic
as Det. Kate Beckett
Susan Sullivan
as Martha Rodgers
Molly Quinn
as Alexis Castle
Tamala Jones
as Lanie Parish
Jon Huertas
as Det. Javier Esposito
Seamus Dever
as Det. Kevin Ryan
Penny Johnson Jerald
as Capt. Victoria Gates
Maya Stojan
as Tory Ellis
Lisa Edelstein
as Rachel McCord
Yancy Arias
as Carl Villante
Jocko Sims
as Matt Hendricks
Alicia Lagano
as Emma Briggs
Carlos Gomez
as Capt. Fowler
Jon Polito
as Harold Metzger
Chase Clarke
as Logan Moore
Annie Wersching
as Dr. Kelly Nieman
Alexandra Chando
as Mandy Sutton
Phil LaMarr
as Dr. Holloway
Alex Fernandez
as Capt. Marcus Donovan
Eddie McClintock
as Rogan O'Leary
Joshua Gomez
as Simon Doyle
James Carpinello
as Frank Henson
Teri Reeves
as Miranda Vail
James Brolin
as Jackson Hunt
Sam Anderson
as Principal Duncan
Salli Richardson-Whitfield
as U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Weston
Frances Fisher
as Matilda King
Faye Viviana
as Jade Yamata
William Mapother
as Carl Matthews
Lola Glaudini
as Marilyn Sutton
Rob Estes
as Julian Bruckner
John Getz
as Dr. Gustavo Bauer
Billy Miller
as Mickey Gerhardt
Tim Russ
as Dr. Malcolm Wickfield
Wes Ramsey
as John Henson
Malese Jow
as Hillary Cooper
Laurie Fortier
as U.S. Attorney Stephanie Goldmark
David Gautreaux
as Dr. Oliver Pressing
Matt Gerald
as Jimmy Wolfinsky
Arye Gross
as M.E. Perlmutter
Vanessa Bell Calloway
as Beryl Wickfield
Joelle Carter
as Maggie Ingram
John Allen Nelson
as Walter Dennis
Hannah Marks
as Jordan Gibbs
Aaron Craven
as Henry Collins
Nicholas Bishop
as Fire Chief Miller
Joshua Bitton
as Grant "Sully" Sullivan
Anthony Ruivivar
as Barrett Hawk
Britt Rentschler
as Elena Markov
Rick Peters
as Tony Blaine
Bradford Anderson
as Dwight Carruthers
Rosie Garcia
as Maria Cordero
Ray Abruzzo
as Frank Russo
Tarri Markel
as Sharon Bedford
Kevin Kilner
as Jamie Berman
Anthony Mangano
as Roman Valanciaga
Regi Davis
as Dr. Bailey
Yani Gellman
as Manny Castro
Gina Hecht
as Marie Russo
Doug Simpson
as Henry Browning
James MacDonald
as Benjamin Wade
Dawn Lewis
as Yvonne
Michael Bofshever
as Dr. Goldberg
Glenn Morshower
as Secretary Michael Reed
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Critic Reviews for Castle Season 6

All Critics (11) | Top Critics (1)

This was a solid episode, but it makes me a little wary that they went for something so heavy right out of the gate. I've always said that I enjoy Castle when it doesn't take itself too seriously and there is a lot of humor injected into the episodes.

Jan 22, 2019 | Full Review…

Feel free to squeal, people.

Jun 29, 2018 | Full Review…

So how on earth is Castle beginning its sixth season? The answer is easy: Castle is fun.

Aug 22, 2017 | Full Review…

The opening action sequence feels real and full of tension.

Aug 22, 2017 | Full Review…

"For Better or Worse" is a fun episode that's rife with clichés, until all of a sudden it isn't.

May 13, 2014 | Rating: 8.2/10 | Full Review…

It may not have been anything earth-shattering, but it got the job done, and it felt like a classic old-school Castle episode, and that's enough of a cause for celebration, really, in and of itself.

Nov 12, 2013 | Full Review…

"Get a Clue," at least with its Case of the Week, had a fun enough element to it - as does any instance where Castle over-imagines a far noisier and far-out method to the madness.

Oct 29, 2013 | Full Review…

Castle has been back and better than ever in what has proven to be an exciting, compelling, and fresh new season so far.

Oct 14, 2013 | Full Review…

I actually felt as though I was on an emotional see-saw for most of the hour.

Oct 1, 2013 | Rating: 4.4/5 | Full Review…

An intense episode that didn't waste any time in producing the answer fans have been waiting an entire summer for.

Sep 26, 2013 | Rating: 4.5/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Castle: Season 6

Season 6 of Castle continues to deliver a health mix of comedy and crime fighting. Picking up from last season, Castle and Beckett struggle to make their relationship work as Beckett completes her training with the FBI in Washington D.C. The story arcs throughout the episodes do a lot character building, as Castle deals with his daughter's decision to leave home, Ryan starts a family, and Beckett finds closure over her mother's murder. But there are also plenty of fun comedic episodes too, as Castle and Beckett go on a treasure hunter, run afoul of a group of ninjas, and meet a possible time-traveler. And, the writing does a pretty good job at striking the right tone and creating interesting characters, with one notable exception: Pi. The most painfully annoying character in the show's history, Pi is a black mark that ruins every scene and episode he's in, and the writers seem to be blissfully unaware of this (until fan reaction forced them to write him out). Castle's sixth season tries some new and exciting things, but overall it sticks to what it does best...delivering entertaining murder mysteries.

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Pretty boring compared to seasons 3,4 and 5.

Unimaginative and boring ending which disrespected the intelligence of the audience.

With the charismatic lead, and good writing the show stays fresh to its sixths season.

My love of Nathan Fillion is why I watched this show to begin with. It is silly and entertaining, it would fail miserably without him and the last few seasons have gotten weak as most shows do around the 100th.

Stellar cast, great writers,and a fantastic crew = Best tv show ever ????

So glad to have Rick and Kate together and the show still be as amazing as before even with the lack of pining and hoping they would hook up. Love Ryan and Espo this season so much they have such an amazing bromance and it is even better when Castle is with them.

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